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 Post subject: Re: All in One Printer
PostPosted: Sat Sep 29, 2018 19:23 
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Brother HL-L2350DW Mono Laser Printer | Wireless & PC Connected | Print & 2 Sided Printing | A4

https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B077PY79TM/ ... RBb0SAAW3Z

I’ve got this one and it’s lasted me 4 years professionally printing shit every day. It ain’t got colour but who wants that anyway - if you want a good quality colour printer for photos and shit you’re better off just using Snapfish or going down to boots.


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 Post subject: Re: All in One Printer
PostPosted: Sat Sep 29, 2018 19:26 
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Did everyone just miss the words where Mali asked for an All-In-One?

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Anything except an HP printer. They are dogshit.

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 Post subject: Re: All in One Printer
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Did everyone just miss the words where Mali asked for an All-In-One?


Yes, then Trooper said get a laser instead, and Mali asked which one.

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 Post subject: Re: All in One Printer
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Did everyone just miss the words where Mali asked for an All-In-One?


Yes, then Trooper said get a laser instead, and Mali asked which one.


:This:

I'll never go back to a shitty inkjet.


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 Post subject: Re: All in One Printer
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I have a HP envy.. Was about £60, not a bad little all in one

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I have a HP envy.. Was about £60, not a bad little all in one

He doesn't want an all-in-one anymore, he wants a laser. And no HP garbage either.

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I have a HP envy.. Was about £60, not a bad little all in one

He doesn't want an all-in-one anymore, he wants a laser. And no HP garbage either.


What is wrong with HP printers. it is the only thing they did well

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 Post subject: Re: All in One Printer
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Lonewolves wrote:
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I have a HP envy.. Was about £60, not a bad little all in one

He doesn't want an all-in-one anymore, he wants a laser. And no HP garbage either.


What is wrong with HP printers. it is the only thing they did well

Objection:No they didn't


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Mr Dave wrote:
KovacsC wrote:
Lonewolves wrote:
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I have a HP envy.. Was about £60, not a bad little all in one

He doesn't want an all-in-one anymore, he wants a laser. And no HP garbage either.


What is wrong with HP printers. it is the only thing they did well

Objection:No they didn't


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 Post subject: Re: All in One Printer
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KovacsC wrote:
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I have a HP envy.. Was about £60, not a bad little all in one

He doesn't want an all-in-one anymore, he wants a laser. And no HP garbage either.


What is wrong with HP printers. it is the only thing they did well

Objection:No they didn't


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 Post subject: Re: All in One Printer
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I don’t. But cba discussing. :)

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 Post subject: Re: All in One Printer
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Well hopefully that's cleared it all up for Mali.

PROTIP - Get the HP printer I linked with the cashback, and choose a HP Instant Ink package that suits your printing patterns.

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 Post subject: Re: All in One Printer
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But don't get a HP printer.

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 Post subject: Re: All in One Printer
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There's absolutely nothing wrong with them, and their app for Windows 10 is really good.

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 Post subject: Re: All in One Printer
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But don't get a HP printer.

Or an inkjet. And don't lock yourself into an expensive ink subscription service either.

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 Post subject: Re: All in One Printer
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Hearthly wrote:
Well hopefully that's cleared it all up for Mali.

PROTIP - Get the HP printer I linked with the cashback, and choose a HP Instant Ink package that suits your printing patterns.


What website are you linking to, hearthly?


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 Post subject: Re: All in One Printer
PostPosted: Sun Sep 30, 2018 10:25 
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PROTIP - Get the HP printer I linked with the cashback, and choose a HP Instant Ink package that suits your printing patterns.

“15 pages per month for free. After that, each additional page is just £1.”

JESUS CHRIST FUCK THAT NOISE


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 Post subject: Re: All in One Printer
PostPosted: Sun Sep 30, 2018 11:01 
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https://thewirecutter.com/reviews/best- ... e-printer/

This says the HP 8720, so I will probably get that, but am unsure how this "cashback" thing from eBuyer works.

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 Post subject: Re: All in One Printer
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Doctor Glyndwr wrote:
Hearthly wrote:

PROTIP - Get the HP printer I linked with the cashback, and choose a HP Instant Ink package that suits your printing patterns.

“15 pages per month for free. After that, each additional page is just £1.”

JESUS CHRIST FUCK THAT NOISE


I don't think that's quite right. I've read it as each additional ten pages, is an extra £1.

Still more than I'd like to pay however. I have an HP printer that's lasted me years. It prints the occasional email or game cover and does me just fine so I'm not exactly a heavy user.


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 Post subject: Re: All in One Printer
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You are correct, I misread, it’s £1 per ten pages. That’s still bloody pricy if you get caught out and print lots of pages without changing your plan; and I cynically suspect that’s a big part of HP’s business model. My printer goes months without use then occasionally has to do a few dozen pages (which is why I have a laser all-in-one.) This deal is terrible for that kind of usage.


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 Post subject: Re: All in One Printer
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MaliA wrote:
https://thewirecutter.com/reviews/best-all-in-one-printer/

This says the HP 8720, so I will probably get that, but am unsure how this "cashback" thing from eBuyer works.



If only there was some kind of handy 'click here' explanation thing that could help?

Oh... wait.


https://h41201.www4.hp.com/WMCF.Web/uk/ ... 7/Details/


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 Post subject: Re: All in One Printer
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The cashback worked painlessly for us, yes you have to jump through the hoops correctly but we got paid without issue and ahead of the timeframe HP gave themselves to do it in.

With the Instant Ink it's worth noting that you can have a full month's worth of pages in the bank as it were.

We're on the 100 pages per month plan which costs £3.49 per month, but if we print 50 pages in Month 1, next month we have 150 pages, but you can never have more than 200 pages in a single month on that plan without paying extra. (Which is £1 per 20 pages, although we've never gone over our limit.)

Also the cartridges HP send are mega jumbo bastards and last for ages. When they are getting low, the printer phones home and HP just send more in the post without any intervention from us.

Overall we've cut our ink costs by about 40-50%, and are on a far more convenient system than we were in the past. (And also because you pay for page numbers, there's no stress about printing a load of pages with 100% ink coverage or suchlike.)

It's a great system and it works well.

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 Post subject: Re: All in One Printer
PostPosted: Sun Sep 30, 2018 12:49 
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Do not buy another inkjet printer. Seriously. You don't realise how shit they are until you buy a small laser.
I can go weeks/months between printing stuff, I just press print and seconds later it comes out perfect. No streaky output, no shitty all-in-one software packages to deal with, no replacing the ink even though you haven't used it as it has dried out, no trying to beat the in built chips in official ink cartridges.


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 Post subject: Re: All in One Printer
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Trooper wrote:
Do not buy another inkjet printer. Seriously. You don't realise how shit they are until you buy a small laser.
I can go weeks/months between printing stuff, I just press print and seconds later it comes out perfect. No streaky output, no shitty all-in-one software packages to deal with, no replacing the ink even though you haven't used it as it has dried out, no trying to beat the in built chips in official ink cartridges.


:This:

Also, it's amazing what an emotive topic printers is.


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 Post subject: Re: All in One Printer
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 Post subject: Re: All in One Printer
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 Post subject: Re: All in One Printer
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But Mali specifically said he wanted an All-In-One, not a printer.

Start matching them on features (i.e. an actual All-In-One laser) and they don't look so cheap.

Also, the BAD STUFF Trooper described there basically doesn't happen on modern inkjets, at all.

(They clean themselves, the startup time is quick, cartridges are a non-issue because of Instant Ink, the HP Windows 10 app is great, etc.)

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 Post subject: Re: All in One Printer
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I get 1000 pages for £14, and it never dries out.

Beat that, inkjet shills!


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Also, the BAD STUFF Trooper described there basically doesn't happen on modern inkjets, at all.

I've got a relatively modern inkjet. It's shit. I use it about twice a year, each time I basically need to replace the cartridges because they're gunked up.

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I get 1000 pages for £14, and it never dries out.

Beat that, inkjet shills!

I can print in colour ;)

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Trooper wrote:
I get 1000 pages for £14, and it never dries out.

Beat that, inkjet shills!

I can print in colour ;)


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I do often wonder why people ask for recommendations on this forum.


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 Post subject: Re: All in One Printer
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Grim... wrote:
Trooper wrote:
I get 1000 pages for £14, and it never dries out.

Beat that, inkjet shills!

I can print in colour ;)

Sometimes even to the printer in your house!


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I do often wonder why people ask for recommendations on this forum.


We give the answers other websites are too timid to give.
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I do often wonder why people ask for recommendations on this forum.

Could anyone recommend somewhere else?


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I do often wonder why people ask for recommendations on this forum.

Could anyone recommend somewhere else?


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Damn this forum... I'm looking at my printer (which is perfectly fine by the way, albeit old) and I'm wondering whether I should replace it and take advantage of that cashback offer. I've got a job on next March which will require some DVD covers printing. Doing it myself would save about £40. And then again in August, saving another £40.... I mean, it's almost paid for itself hasn't it?


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Hearthly wrote:
Also, the BAD STUFF Trooper described there basically doesn't happen on modern inkjets, at all.

I've got a relatively modern inkjet. It's shit. I use it about twice a year, each time I basically need to replace the cartridges because they're gunked up.

;)


I think that falls into the category of 'user error', really.

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Damn this forum... I'm looking at my printer (which is perfectly fine by the way, albeit old) and I'm wondering whether I should replace it and take advantage of that cashback offer. I've got a job on next March which will require some DVD covers printing. Doing it myself would save about £40. And then again in August, saving another £40.... I mean, it's almost paid for itself hasn't it?

You won't get the same quality though, right?

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Probably not. The last lot I had done were laser printed but, they were designed by school kids so the quality wasn't brilliant in the first place.

The ones for March will be different though so yeah, I'm going to have to think about it.


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I've heard that the hp subscription thing nerfs your printer of you opt out at a later date.

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Bit late to the carnage but Samsung A4 Lazers are great, Bought a mono one for printing on acetates for screen printing and a few months back got a colour one.

This one: http://www.argos.co.uk/product/4258779 Decent price too, usually £150+

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Having to have your printer connected to the internet so it'll work; what a fucking world to live in.


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Bit late to the carnage but Samsung A4 Lazers are great, Bought a mono one for printing on acetates for screen printing and a few months back got a colour one.

This one: http://www.argos.co.uk/product/4258779 Decent price too, usually £150+


Now, you see... that would give me the quality I want.

It looks smaller than the HP one I was looking at too. So there's another spanner in my works.


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I've heard that the hp subscription thing nerfs your printer of you opt out at a later date.


It kills the Instant Ink cartridges if you cancel the Instant Ink subscription and/or the printer doesn't get to phone home for an extended period of time.

There's nothing stopping you reverting to normal cartridges at that point though.

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Having to have your printer connected to the internet so it'll work; what a fucking world to live in.


You don't have to have the printer connected to the internet so it'll work.

If you're using Instant Ink, then yes, the printer needs to phone home periodically.

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